Sketches Depict The Human Side Of Political Protest

Sketches Depict The Human Side Of Political Protest

Line drawings show the Gezi protestors' living conditions in Turkey.

Keerthana Jagadeesh
  • 11 july 2013

The anti-government protests in Gezi Park earlier this month had people sleeping in make-shift tents and collapsible beds in the park. During times of difficulty, the people of Istanbul rallied to put togther temporary structures for Gezi’s protestors and one non-profit organization, Architecture for All (Herkes Icin Mimarlik), captured Gezi’s atmosphere and living conditions in the basic line drawings.

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